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Senior Staff Interventional Radiologist, Clinical Assistant Professor at Wayne State University School of Medicine, Program Director for Interventional Radiology Residencies, and Program Director for Vascular and Interventional Radiology Fellowships, among other titles Statement of Biographical Information: Dr. Schwartz likes doing intricate and novel operations, and he is always willing to go the extra mile to assist patients. The first physician in Michigan to establish a Prostate Artery Embolization program for the treatment of BPH, and he continues to be the most knowledgeable.
Besides that, he continues to lecture and educate physicians as well as patient populations.
- He was instrumental in the establishment of the Henry Ford Hospital Pulmonary Embolism Response Team, and he continues to serve on the team.
- Schwartz thinks that patients should be treated as if they were members of his own family.
- He has served in a variety of leadership roles in national organizations such as the Society of Interventional Radiology and the Association of Program Directors in Interventional Radiology, among others.
- Improvements in the mortality and morbidity associated with pulmonary embolism through the design and implementation of a pulmonary embolism response team (PERT) at the Henry Ford Health System Interventional Oncology, Prostate Artery Embolization, and Quality Improvement are some of the topics covered.
Developing and implementing a pulmonary embolism response team (PERT) at Henry Ford Health System to reduce mortality and morbidity associated with pulmonary embolism; Invasive oncology, Prostate Artery Embolization, and quality improvement are all topics covered.
- Accolade in Urology from the University of Michigan
- Chief Resident at Henry Ford Hospital Diagnostic Radiology
- Hour Magazine Top Doctor Award in 2017 and 2018, as well as the prestigious Hour Magazine Top Doctor Award in 2018.
TV for the county: 32-inch television $100 gift voucher to the Blue Hill Cafe for lunch on us! Ellen Cohen, of Pampered Chef, created a waffle puff pan. Garelick Fruit, cheese, and crackers for 12 people. Bounce Castle:$375 towards the purchase of a Bounce Castle. Concessions Silver Wire Tea Basket by Harney & Sons Admissions at the American Museum of Natural History totaled four. Debbie Macomber’s Mrs. Miracle Christmas is a true story. 4 public skating passes for the Westchester Skating Academy Gift certificate for $150 may be used toward any in-house program.
Jacob Byrnes Film Center:Annual Dual Film Fan Membership at the Jacob Byrnes Film Center $30 in Dunkin’ Donuts gift cards for the Dubray family Gift baskets for the MaesaDuffy family Gift voucher for $30 from Horsefeathers Bakery: A tin of shortbread from Walkers Bakery Guggenheim Museum: 1 family pass for up to 4 persons (valid for one year).
- Ganz:Clock on the wall a fanny pack, a bandana, and some coupons for the new pet 4 tickets for the Turkey Hill Experience Rockland County, New York Boulders: four season tickets for the 2020 season Admissions to the Eastern State Penitentiary totaled six.
- Lease Family: A monetary gift has been made.
- The following services are provided by Dr.
- Korean Barbecue in 20 bottles (courtesy of We Rub You).
- Picnic Time: Pizza servers have been put up.
- Chocolate Chalet consists of a box of chocolates.
- Kreider Farms: Tour of the silo tower for up to four visitors Modern Martial Arts: 1 month of martial arts training in a martial arts outfit Package for 1 yoga group class at Breathe Pilates and Yoga.
- one-liter bottle of Prosecco Photo of John Travolta with his signature Admissions to the Carnegie Science Center are limited to two.
Ballet shoes signed by the New York City Ballet Bags of Newman’s Own: a pair of entry passes to the Connecticut Science Center Membership in the Historic Hudson Valley for a Family of Five Bernadette Bloom, Holistic Physical Therapist: Energy medicine/esoteric healing for a 60 minute session with Bernadette Bloom, Holistic Physical Therapist Suzanne Claire: 2 free sittings, your preferred digital photograph, and a gift for you 1- 8×10, 2- 5×7, 4- 4×6 inch prints $15 off any spa service lasting 60 minutes or more at Oasis Day Spa.
- Two lift tickets for Mount Peter are included.
- Detailing at Splash Car Wash: 1 Five Star Rating First and foremost, a signed photograph 4 tickets to the Staten Island Yankees A $500 donation to Camp Hillard to be used toward summer camp in 2020 Mr.
- Lexi’s Lucky Lips includes three different lip colors.
- Audra McDonald received a signed poster of FrankieJohnny from the band.
- 4 tickets to the Bronx Zoo courtesy of the Wildlife Conservation Society Membership to the Katonah Museum of Art is valid for one year and can be shared by two or more people.
- Gift voucher for Bella’s Restaurant in the amount of $30 Mohawk Mountain is offering two all-day lift passes for the 2020-21 season.
- HK Ik: Three one-month unlimited lessons, one private lesson, and one uniform.
HR on the Move, LLC has received a $250 gift.
Cameron Heyward is a British actor who has appeared in a number of films and television shows.
‘Josh Allen’ is a fictional character created by author Josh Allen.
$100 towards a 15-person party for a fun craft Mike Thaler has three audiobooks to his credit.
Jane Rodman is a woman who works in the fashion industry.
Sportime USA is giving away two $15 gift vouchers.
Rutheny’s jewelry includes pearl stud earrings.
Teatown offers a children’s nature party for 15 children as well as a one-year family membership.
2 single tickets to the Westport Country Playhouse’s 2020 season are available.
1 year membership to the Bruce Museum for a family or a couple Snap Fitness offers a three-month subscription.
Rye Brook Personal Training consists of four thirty-minute sessions each week.
Thunder Ridge Ski Area is offering two lift passes for the 2020-21 ski season.
4 sets of headwear are included.
Warmer Ripley’s Believe it or Not: 2 tickets to Ripley’s Believe it or Not in Times Square Jane Brett’s poster for the Tale of the Tiger Slipper is seen here.
The Castle Amusement Center: a $40 gift card Mohegan Sun Season’s Buffet: Dinner for 4Pine Ridge Dude Ranch: Day pass for 2Essex Steam Train and Riverboat: 4 tickets for a 2 12 hour excursionEssex Steam Train and Riverboat: 4 tickets for a 2 12 hour excursion Little’s Cuisine: 8 boxes of spices (each box has 8 packets).
2 orchestra tickets at the New York Philharmonic (expires on June 20th). Portfolio Tour and Tasting for 4 people at Millbrook Winery As of 3.6.2020, the list has been updated.
Steph Schwartz, organized by Valerie Kindred
It is during moments like this that the adage “it takes a village” really hits home. The yoga lessons that Steph Schwartz offers, whether in person or online through Gaia or Zoom, and/or singing alongside her at her many Kirtan events, have been well received. Her life and work have been and continue to be committed to our well-being, and she has accomplished this via her enthusiasm for life! She might use our assistance right now. Steph was involved in a BASE jumping accident on August 24th, early in the morning.
- On Monday morning, August 25th, they discovered that Steph had several fractured bones and a concussion, but she was aware and able to communicate, which was a wonderful development!
- This side of her body is wracked with fractures, including her foot and ankle as well as her tibia and knee as well as her hip and ribs, as well as her wrists on both sides.
- It may appear that the “poor” list is lengthy, but the “good” list includes a surprisingly clean CT scan that revealed no brain injuries (thanks to the helmet!) and no internal injuries (i.e., organs).
- Steph was discharged from the hospital three weeks ago and is currently resting at home with her family.
- Three months will pass before she will be able to bear any weight on her right leg or raise much with her arms at all during that period.
- Thank you for sending her healing and happy energies.
- If you feel prompted to do so, this fund can support her by reimbursing her for some of the expenditures she has incurred.
Moji Welcomes Scott Schwartz to Sales Team
When you sign up for Outside+, you’ll have access to everything we publish. Mr. Scott Schwartz has joined Moji as a Sales and Training Associate, a position that will help the company expand its sales team. Moji is a Chicago-based massage and recovery brand. Schwartz brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Moji, having worked as a sports performance trainer, retail sales expert, and fitness consultant for a specialty equipment retailer in the United States. Schwartz has extensive experience working with athletes of all levels on a variety of training programs, including speed, plyometric, strength, flexibility, and mobility training.
- In addition to his educational background, Scott brings a wealth of personal and professional experience in the fields of kinesiology, powerlifting, and bodybuilding, according to Jonathan Harris, Director of Sales at Moji.
- Spencer Naar can be reached at [email protected] if you would like more information on Moji’s cutting-edge products.
- Victor Viner, the company’s founder, has surrounded himself with a team of professionals who bring to the table industry expertise in product design, sports medicine, material science, manufacturing, and content development.
- The company plans to continue to innovate by putting a new emphasis on recovery products in the massage space.
Moji is a registered trademark with patents on the current 360 Foot Massager, as well as patents pending on a number of other products, based in Glenview, Illinois, with offices worldwide.
Intel forces yoga group to fight for its name
Mark Stephens is attempting to maintain his composure. He’s taking a few deep breaths right now. He’s in the middle of a meditation session. However, maintaining one’s composure after one has enraged the world’s largest semiconductor business is difficult. More than a year has passed since Stephens, the founder of theYoga Inside Foundationin Venice (Los Angeles County), began fighting with Santa Clara-based Intel Corp. over whether his charitable organization infringed on the chipmaker’s “Intel Inside” brand.
- When it comes to yoga, Stephens explained, “there are a variety of attributes that we nurture.” “Being anchored and rooted is a good thing.
- “However, being adaptable, like a tree swinging in the wind,” says the author.
- In response, Stephens stated, “I haven’t seen a lot of flexibility thus far.” Yoga Inside has nothing to do with computers or technology in general.
- More than a dozen schools and penal facilities from Petaluma to San Jose are participating in the worldwide initiative, which has a presence in the Bay Area.
- The term “inside” refers to a person who is incarcerated.
- “It also refers to the practice of yoga within oneself.
It never even occurred to me to think about it.” The idea that a firm with the clout of Intel – which now ranks 41st on the Fortune 500 – would get all worked up over a relatively obscure supplier of yoga instruction, especially one that appears to be fighting the good fight karma-wise, seems implausible.
Intel claims that the “Intel Inside” logo appears on “millions and millions” of computers throughout the world, and that the corporation has spent “billions of dollars” advertising the slogan, according to documents filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Stephens received a letter from Intel attorneyScott Schwartz in September, in which he expressed “Intel’s concern, as well as the reason for a decision that the phrase ‘Yoga Inside’ is likely to cause confusion with and/or diminish Intel’s trademark rights.” “Intel’s massive commitment of more than a decade of effort and money” on the “blank inside” format, according to him, is the reason for the format’s “immediate recognition and appeal.” Schwartz did not respond to attempts to contact him for comment.
- Intel spokesperson Chuck Mulloy, on the other hand, stated that the business is aware that it may appear to some as a bully.
- The way the legislation is written, however, means that we are unable to do anything.
- “We can’t allow a precedent to be established,” he stated.
- In Mulloy’s words, “If you registered a trademark for your-name-Inside,” he said, “we’d very likely do the same thing.” So, who’s on the right side of this table?
- “Both parties have legitimate claims,” he stated.
As Richardson said, “Under trademark law, you may have the same mark in separate classifications as long as both marks do not come into contact with the same consumers.” At the same time, the Trademark Dilution Act, which was passed by Congress in 1995, is expressly designed to safeguard the well-known trademarks of large U.S.
- The legislation aims to protect well-established brands against competition from upstarts in a variety of businesses, including unrelated ones.
- On the other hand, he claims that when deciding whether a trademark’s value has been diminished, courts prefer to focus on the “prominent element” of the brand in question.
- So yet, neither Intel nor Yoga Inside have expressed a desire to ruffle the feathers of that nest with legal action.
- When it comes to the name, “Inside Yoga,” Mulloy says there won’t be any problems.
- Intel, he believes, should embrace his foundation and take on the role as its principal corporate donor.
- “They might broaden their philanthropic efforts,” Stephens said.
- He believes a peaceful conclusion is unlikely in the absence of such a breakthrough, which Stephens acknowledges is an unlikely scenario.
I find it remarkable how adamant they are about this topic,” he remarked. It would probably be beneficial to take a lesson or two.”,laz
Scott and I have known each other since we were both interns at SnellWilmer in Phoenix in 2002. My fondest early memory is the day he turned away my fiancée and me at the door because we were too early for his party since we were dressed inappropriately. It was only afterwards that I learned about “Scott Time,” which is a distorted version of the normal space-time continuum. On the other hand, the man is a legend, and I’ve had the privilege of sharing so many insane adventures with him through the years and around the nation.
- Looking forward to seeing what this incredible pair creates in Austin.
- After their very first meeting, which included a wine-filled round of their signature game, “I have done this.
- have you?” It was during their spin lessons (on the rare times that Nina was able to get Nekee out of bed at 5AM), European travels, and misplacing their phones at various music festivals that their relationship blossomed into something special.
- Nina has made a significant difference in my life.
- Melinda and Nina were rising stars on the stage and on the soccer field throughout their early years.
- After about a decade of companionship, they decided to take their relationship on the road and ended up in New York City.
- Melinda ultimately accompanied Nina to the City of Angels, but it turned out that she arrived approximately 6 months too late, as NinaScott had decided to remain in Austin for the foreseeable future.
Thank you very much!
In 6th grade, Jess and Nina began their relationship by learning to dance the Morris as representatives of the Nodics for international day in their school.
Now that she has been in Boston for four years, Jess has yet to experience that level of enjoyment, but she is looking forward to breaking that spell when Nina and Scott eventually pay a visit.
Jenny and Nina had been friends since they were in yoga teacher training, when they became friends because of Mrs.
Their connection only became stronger when they met as roommates in Los Angeles, and Nina assisted Jenny in moving her possessions from Jenny’s flat down the alley to Nina’s apartment (they literally carried her dresser down the alley).
Nina is her only team, which means she now completely supports Team Scina as well as Team Nina!
Los Angeles, California, is where I was born and raised half of my life.
The Go To Your Room Hall of Champions member Lisa presently resides in Atlanta, Georgia, with her incredibly patient husband Sheldon, their four children, and one dog.
Lisa spends her spare time doing Soul Cycle, gardening, going to outdoor concerts, watching Amazon Prime, and messaging Scott nonstop.
He used to try on eight different clothing after naptime before heading out for an afternoon snack with Scott, which dates back to his Beth El preschool days.
Needless to say, Scott hasn’t changed much over the years, which is one of the reasons we adore him.
Scott’s response was, “We’re not dating, she’s a friend,” to which I responded, “That’s something you need to solve,” Scott said.
My relationship with the groom dates back to the time of his birth.
After graduating from UT, he traveled to Los Angeles for a visit, bringing with him six months’ worth of clothes, a television, and a VCR.
My husband-to-be, on the other hand, is not just a wonderful friend who always has my back, but also a fantastic brother!
Scott and I grew up together, becoming friends in the Mountain Fighter 4 (MF4) gang in Phoenix, Arizona, where we were devoted to going left when we were ordered to go right by anybody who told us what to do.
Scott and I reconnected several years later when both lived in Seattle, where he worked for Amazon, until he decided to continue his journeyman ways and relocated to the nicer climes of Southern California.
At the time, he did not believe it would develop into a romantic relationship, but I had a sneaking suspicion that I was correct.
The two initially met while they were both in their first days of business school together.
Johnson, and sarcastic humor (typically directed at each other).
Nina has somehow managed to accept and even support this, indicating that it was supposed to be this way all along.
Wake up surfing in the mornings without feeling too bloated.
These are just a few of my favorite things in the world.
I’d want to have a nice dinner with my husband, which is fine.
When the youngsters get into a quarrel When the trees are destroyed, When I’m put on hold, I just think of some of my favorite things, and I don’t feel quite so old.
Rather than this, Vala considers Nina to be the best elder sister anybody has ever had, so excellent that she sometimes forgets she has two other sisters of her own.
Vala and Scott originally met at a terrarium-themed pub, and the unusual lighting provided a perfect setting for the beginning of their friendship.
Beth Williams, E-RYT 500 and Primary Director of the Svadharma School of Yoga, has been a student of yoga since the age of seven, when her mother taught her how to meditate and perform asanas (yoga poses). In her adolescent years, she struggled with melancholy and frequent panic episodes. So, she began practicing yoga and meditation again, rather than using antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications, as an alternative. Beth did yoga on a daily basis to assist her in connecting with Spirit and in alleviating severe pain.
- Beth obtained her first 200-hour Teacher Training Certificate in 2002 from the Sivananda Ashram in Grass Valley, California, where she currently resides.
- From 2016 to 2017, she furthered her education by completing a 500-hour advanced teacher training with Scott Anderson’s Alignment Yoga organization.
- Beth’s enthusiasm for life and love of learning are clear in her lectures.
- She specializes in therapeutic yoga, as well as yoga for persons suffering from scoliosis, which incorporates both yoga and functional weight training techniques.
The following credentials and studies have also helped Beth to broaden her scope of practice: Reiki Master, Certified Personal Trainer, Chiropractic Assistant, Yoga for Scoliosis Teacher Training, Functional Movement Screening Levels 1 and 2, Active Isolated Stretch and Strength Advanced Levels 1 and 2, and Level 1 TRX.
Greetings from Chelsea Piers! In order to provide the greatest quality sports programming, event services, and customer and member support, the Chelsea Piers Management Team is dedicated to continuous improvement. The majority of our senior management staff has been with Chelsea Piers from the company’s inception, which was in 1995. It is appreciated that you have included Chelsea Piers in your active and healthy lifestyle. We urge you to share your thoughts with us. David A. Tewksbury is the Executive Vice President of the company.
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- Champagne, Senior Vice President The Honorable Dana B.
- Jim Bugenhagen is the Vice President and General Manager of the Sky Rink.
- Sherwin Johnson is the Vice President and Director of Special Events at the company.
- Schwartz is the Vice President and Chief Information Officer of the company.
- Craig Woodcock is the Vice President and Director of Camps for the organization.
- In order to provide the greatest quality sports programming, event services, and customer and member support, the Chelsea Piers Management Team is dedicated to continuous improvement.
It is appreciated that you have included Chelsea Piers in your active and healthy lifestyle.
Mike Braito, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Chelsea Piers, is a member of the Board of Directors.
Champagne, Senior Vice PresidentSuzanne McGoldrick, Senior Vice PresidentChief Accounting OfficerKeith C.
Thayer, Senior Vice President, Director of Marketing and Sponsorship Greta Wagner is a well-known actress.
Director of Operations at Sky Rink Vice President and General Manager Debra Gleicher is the Vice President and General Manager of the Field House.
Ferdinand LleshanakuVice President and Director of Information Technology Scott H.
Schwartz is the Vice President and Chief Information Officer of the company. Stuart Sheinbaum is a writer who lives in New York City. Director of Communications for the Vice President of Communications Craig Woodcock is the Vice President and Director of Camps for the organization.
Why To Do Yoga Today: Some Relief For Arthritis Sufferers
Photograph courtesy of Santa Catalina School/Flickr A 90-year-old cousin just revealed that she participates in “floor yoga” at the local YMCA. When I inquired as to what she meant, she answered, “We remain seated on the floor and do not rise up.” Whatever works, I suppose. Yoga is an unavoidable necessity: According to a 2012 estimate, one in every ten individuals in the United States does yoga, amounting to around 20 million people. However, the majority of them are slim ladies dressed in tight, fashionable trousers.
According to a recent investigation by experts at Johns Hopkins University, yoga may be beneficial to those who are not very fit: After taking part in a randomized experiment, which included 75 individuals (mainly white, educated women) with two prevalent kinds of arthritis, researchers discovered that yoga is both safe and helpful for relieving pain, energy, mood, and the ability to carry out everyday tasks.
This is not a simple task.
According to the findings of the study, which was published in the Journal of Rheumatology, “despite the well-known advantages of physical exercise, up to 44 percent of persons with arthritis report no leisure time physical activity, and 76 percent are inadequately active.” Improvements have been observed after only 8 weeks, according to the researchers.
Walking speed improved to a lesser level as well, while there was no significant difference between the groups in tests of balance and upper body strength, which were conducted separately.
Although there is a significant caveat, the researchers observe that “persistence was still higher than in many workout programs, with most individuals attending the majority of lessons.” Despite this, the researchers believe that yoga is a worthwhile endeavor.
Susan Bartlett, lead author of the study and associate professor in the department of medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and McGill University Health Centre, about what she would recommend to patients with arthritis who are currently sedentary in regards to how to approach yoga.
People who have arthritis frequently worry that being physically active may exacerbate their joints and cause them to suffer from more pain.
We’re discovering how damaging a lack of movement may be (emerging evidence suggests that a sedentary lifestyle is as problematic to health as smoking).
Furthermore, many people who do not love typical physical activity feel that yoga is a great alternative.
Yoga may assist with stress reduction, mood, and the ability to recognize and accept what your body is capable of accomplishing in the present moment, among other things.
Find a mild yoga class where you can learn how to execute the postures properly and where you can obtain help altering any poses if they are not appropriate for your level of fitness.
Seek out a certified yoga instructor; a yoga therapist has received the greatest degree of training and is experienced in working with those who have chronic diseases.
Go into the classroom and discuss any questions you may have.
Inform her that you have arthritis and which joints are prone to causing you trouble.
Make a note of how you’re feeling before to, during, and after the yoga session.
It is possible that you will begin to feel better quite fast.
Attend courses at least twice a week, and practice at least once a week at your own convenience. First and foremost, we can now confidently state that yoga is a feasible strategy for the vast majority of people with arthritis to become more physically active.